Posts Tagged ‘oil & gas’

CRAWFORD: Exports and ethanol impact gasoline prices

by Published: July 26,2013

Tags: Department of Energy, diesel, Ethanol, oil & gas

ith U.S. oil production soaring and demand for gasoline falling, why are pump prices rising, consumers, small businesses, and local governments want to know. Yesterday, OPEC was the culprit behind rising fuel prices by limiting the supply of crude oil in the face of growing world demand. Today, the U.S. has nearly weaned itself from […] [...]

Department of Environmental Quality developing water sources plan

The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality is preparing regulations that will govern how oil and gas companies use both surface and below-ground water sources in their water-intensive hydraulic fracturing operations in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale development. What the agency comes up with could determine whether Mississippi ever sees the billions of dollars in economic impact […] [...]

Counties ‘hoping to get it right’ as they await Tuscaloosa Marine shale boom

Folks in Southwest Mississippi may not realize it but boardrooms of oil companies from New York to Odessa, Texas, have their little part of the world in their cross-hairs. Lured by the prospect of extracting billions of barrels of premium oil and gas from a couple miles below ground, the companies are coming to town […] [...]

Harper On Energy

U.S. Rep. Gregg Harper speaks to the 2010 annual business meeting of the U.S. Oil & Gas Association at the King Edward Hotel in Jackson. [...]

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